Google can save you from getting hurt Browser “back” button (Or verified through your history) More than you want. The company is launching a Chrome beta Features that add a new tab page card (pictured below) to resume recent tasks. You can quickly get back to your shopping cart, a recipe or a Google Doc that you were working on. You need to enable the #NTP-module flag to turn it on, but it can be helpful in choosing where you left off if you don’t want to go back by visiting your page.
Another addition will help you avoid backlinks when digging through your search results. An experimental feature adds a row below Chrome’s address bar on Android to display the rest of your search results. If a link isn’t what you’re looking for, you don’t have to tap “back” to see the rest. You can try rows by enabling the # Continuous-Search flag.
Android Beta will help you to share the most important things. # Enable webnote-stylize flags and create stylized images from Chrome Coat. All you have to do is share the highlighted text and tap “Create Card” to choose a template.
Not sure if these features will be enabled by default in Chrome. Don’t be surprised if Google changes the responses or even cuts them off. That being said, they seem helpful enough that it may just be a matter of time before it reaches more users.
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